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DDTI releases AccuGlobe GPS plug-in

Digital Data Technologies, Inc., (DDTI) of US announced that it has created a GPS plug-in for the free AccuGlobe 2004 GIS software. The plug-in allows NEMA standard GPS receivers to integrate with AccuGlobe and can be easily set-up and configured. The plug-in is capable of on-the-fly latitude and longitude transformation to all US state plane zones, enabling the user to display their location, speed, and direction in real-time using available GIS data for their area. The plug-in supports connection to COM port and USB devices, seamlessly integrating with most GPS receivers and computers that have AccuGlobe 2004 installed.